Women’s Ministry

Next Unit Meeting – TBA



Diane West will serve in the NE District of UWF as Historian and Marilyn Savage will continue as Treasurer. 

Corinne Blanck was listed with the Memorials for UWF and CFUMC contributed to undesignated Candleburning Mission Memorials.  

The CFUMC Unit of United Women in Faith was recognized with several certificates for 2023. 
Certificate of Recognition as a Mission Today Unit. Recognition as a 5 Star + Unit for contributions to all 5 Channels of Giving. Certificate of Recognition for successfully achieving the Goals of Excellence by Completing the Mission Study. Who Can We Be Together…a Biblical exploration of Luke 13.

What is United Women in Faith?

United Women in Faith (formerly United Methodist Women) is a supportive, inclusive Christian membership organization where women like you grow spiritually, develop as leaders and serve and work to create a world in which all women, children, and youth thrive. United Women in Faith is celebrated as the women’s ministry of the United Methodist Church.

What does United Women in Faith do?

Our members nurture one another in community and support U.S. and international projects and partners improving the lives of women, children and youth with their prayers, volunteer and advocacy efforts, and financial gifts.



Members are women like you: women of diverse ethnic and socio-economic backgrounds; employed and unemployed; women with disabilities, housewives, and business-women; single, married, widowed, and divorced women, teen women, young women, middle-aged women, multicultural women, and retired women committed to the mission.


The organized unit of the United Women in Faith (formerly United Methodist Women) shall be a community of women whose purpose is to know God and experience freedom as whole persons through Jesus Christ; to develop a creative, supportive fellowship; and to expand concepts of mission through participation in the global ministries of the Church


The Children’s Consignment Sale is a ministry of the United Women in Faith and is held several times a year.



The earliest UWF group at CFUMC welcomes new members and visitors. Meetings start with coffee and fellowship and include a program. Projects are focused on missions.

Meets: 3rd Thursday of the month at 9:30 AM

For more information, contact Mary Ann Mason, 770-354-9119 or waltsr65@yahoo.com


An active group of women, this circle offers a wide variety of programs at their meetings including a local mission project.

Meets: 4th Tuesday of the month (except July, November, & December) at 10:00 AM

For more information, contact Linda Vasenius, 770-888-0232 or lindavco@yahoo.com


This group is a blend of women of all ages who gather for Christian fellowship and outreach to the community. Childcare is provided when arranged in advance.

Meets: 2nd Monday of the month (September thru May) at 9:30 AM

For more information, contact Siv Keyser, 770-617-7444 or sivkeyser@gmail.com


Members are women in search of Bible study and new friendships. Although most members work during the day, we welcome anyone for whom evening meetings are the best fit. Childcare is provided when arranged in advance.

Meets: 2nd Wednesday of the month (September thru May) at 7:00 PM

For more information, contact Meri Munce, 770-889-2347 or merimunce@yahoo.com

If you have any questions, contact Janet Scott, UWF President at scottrjajr@comcast.net or (404) 406-4566 


Second Saturdays, 9:30-11:30 AM

an Interest Group of the United Women of Faith
The group makes handmade cards to provide
joy for the church’s homebound, and those in
long-term care. They also make special items
for holidays.

For more information, contact: Marlys Colin
405-615-1826 (call or text).


This group meets to make blankets to provide a source of comfort, warmth, and love to patients entering the NGMC hospice unit. They also make “Memory Bears” for families of patients who have experienced a death.

Meets: Last Saturday of the month with some exceptions (such as the last Saturday in October,) 10:00 AM – Noon

For more information, contact: Glenda Thurmond at samglen63@comcast.net or 901-351-6365


A prayer shawl or other prayer item such as a square with a cross can provide warmth and comfort to someone who is ill, grieving or experiencing any other life challenge. The Prayer Shawl Ministry makes these items which provide a tangible reminder of God’s love, and  the care and prayers of others. 

The group also presents a prayer square to each family with a new baby; and bookmarks for Bibles presented to children of the church.

The group meets every second Saturday, 9:30 – 11:30 am.

For more information, or to request a shawl or other prayer item, contact: Michele Mack at sixmaxmom@gmail.com or 636-579-0130 (call or text).